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Om-Based Care

Holistic Healers Reach Out to Underserved An annual report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that up to 33 percent of uninsured people are avoiding needed treatment for economic reasons. Lifestyle changes and natural remedies like yoga and massage therapy can be highly effective when treating conditions such as high blood pressure, depression or aching joints. ... Read More »

Chiropractic Facility Opens Hilliard Location

Columbus Chiropractic and Acupuncture Centers (CCAC) have expanded, incorporating new treatments and adding another clinic. The new facility offers chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, functional medicine and additional therapies. Currently, there is a “no obligation” consultation for first-time patients. Dr. Bryce Arndt, one of the physicians on the CCAC team, is excited about the opportunity to provide more services and care ... Read More »

Chiropractic Meets Acupuncture

Structural Fixes Complement Meridian Flows by Kathleen Barnes Chiropractic manipulation of the spine has long been a remedy for structural malfunctions such as aching backs and recurring headaches. Today, chiropractors are also treating neck pain from stress, plus tight shoulders and numb fingers from long hours of computer use. An increasing number of them are now incorporating acupuncture into their ... Read More »

Acupuncture Lowers Meth Withdrawal Symptoms

Research from China published earlier this year in the journal Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion suggests that electro-acupuncture and ear acupuncture—also called auricular acupuncture—can alleviate symptoms of withdrawal from methamphetamine addiction. For four weeks, 90 patients that were attempting to withdraw from methamphetamine use received either electro-acupuncture, ear acupuncture or no treatment. Compared with the no-treatment group, those given electro-acupuncture and ... Read More »

Functional Medicine Doctor Offers Corporate Wellness Programs

Dr. Bryce Arndt, a chiropractor and certified acupuncturist with an applied focus of functional medicine, has developed a series of workplace healthcare packages for small to large businesses. Functional medicine is an approach to healthcare that considers the interconnectedness of the body’s various systems and organs when searching for the root cause of disease. It focuses on the individual and ... Read More »

Holistic Institute Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary

The American Institute of Alternative Medicine (AIAM), an accredited instruction center for those seeking careers in massage therapy, acupuncture, nursing and medical assisting, is marking 20 years of education for the Central Ohio community by hosting a party from 3 to 7 p.m. on September 6. The event will feature a children’s area, live DJ, photographer, awards and more. All ... Read More »

Pain-Free Pooch

Five Natural Pain Relievers for Dogs by Jennifer Kachnic Because dogs won’t always let us know when they’re hurting, some people assume they don’t experience pain the same way we do, but that’s not the case. Instincts retained from their wild heritage will generally prompt them to hide pain as a sign of weakness. The truth is that arthritis and ... Read More »

Good Riddance to Bad Vibes

Escaping Electromagnetic Exposure by Priscilla Goudreau-Santos We crackle with energy. Natural electromagnetic fields within us regulate how our bodies work. Plus, we continually encounter many outside energy fields from Wi-Fi, cell phones and towers, power lines, microwave ovens, computer and TV screens, security devices and radar. A growing number of experts see these surrounding frequencies as a growing danger to ... Read More »

Qi Whiz

Ancient Art Builds Strength, Vitality and Balance by Meredith Montgomery A proven practice for supporting health and self-healing, qigong has been used in China for millennia to maintain and improve physical, mental and emotional well-being. “Qi”(pronounced chee) refers to the life force or vital energy present in all things throughout the universe while “gong”means dedicated effort or steady practice of ... Read More »

Practitioner Spotlight: Integra Acupuncture

Integra Acupuncture: Old Ways and New Combine for Wellness by Susan Post At Integra Acupuncture, patients can blend acupuncture, massage and health coaching to build their own road to wellness. Dr. Melissa Yang, L.Ac founded the practice in 2003 and has over 21 years of experience in the field. Dr. Yang’s educational background is extensive, with licensure in acupuncture and ... Read More »

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